This is a random YouTube video that has nothing to do with public relations. It’s Friday just before summer begins and we thought starting a fire with only a bag of water is quite an impressive feat, so that’s how …
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YouTube: Starting A Fire with Bag of Water
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According to Computerworld, if you want to make money from your YouTube videos, there’s now a lifetime threshold of 10,000 views before that process can begin. This is only one of the new YouTube rules, part of its Partner Program, …
Adweek has a great infographic on the content watched by different generations on YouTube and other video content platforms. Gen X watches “How-to videos” while Gen Z watches “Unboxing” and “Haul” videos. Gen Y is interested in product videos. There …
YouTube has announced a $35 subscription service that allows streaming for up to six users and no contract. Besides local channels, there are a number of traditional television channels offered. Engadget’s article explains which channels are offered, more details about …
Media Life Magazine has an article about YouTube that cites an amazing statistic. Worldwide one billion hours of YouTube videos are watched daily. That’s up tenfold since 2012. The publication draws a comparison, “Last year, Facebook said it serves up …